Looking for couscous - med style?

rosythorn rosythorn
So in my college we had a med deli and they made this wicked awesome couscous thing. Anybody have any ideas what it could be? I know it had the golden raisans and maybe spring onion?
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Anyone have any ideas? It sounds interesting!
04/11/2013
bog bog
Quote:
Originally posted by rosythorn
So in my college we had a med deli and they made this wicked awesome couscous thing. Anybody have any ideas what it could be? I know it had the golden raisans and maybe spring onion?
Anything like couscous with golden raisins, pine nuts, and green onion?

I've had a cinnamony dessert couscous with cinnamon and golden raisins, but definitely no green onions. I think it was Moroccan.
04/15/2013
Miss Morphine Miss Morphine
In various Near Eastern cultures and northern Africa they eat couscous as what we would consider a kind of pasta substitute. You can mix pretty much anything you want into it Raisins, scallions, and parsley are really common inclusions.
04/15/2013
rosythorn rosythorn
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Originally posted by bog
Anything like couscous with golden raisins, pine nuts, and green onion?

I've had a cinnamony dessert couscous with cinnamon and golden raisins, but definitely no green onions. I think it was Moroccan. ... More
The first bit sounds like it might be it, I wonder what I could use instead of pine nuts.
04/16/2013
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